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Administración Nacional de Puertos

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Uruguay's national port administration ANP, is the state-run entity responsible for the administration, conservation and development of the country´s public ports: Montevideo, Nueva Plamira, Juan Lacaze, Fray Bentos, Colonia, Paysandú and Salto. ANP is linked to the Public Works and Transport Ministry and it was established in 1916. It is currently carrying out several upgrade projects for the ports´ infrastructure and services such as the expansion of the Montevideo Port C Dock; the construction of the Capurro port fishing terminal in Montevideo; and the construction of the Punta Sayago logistic port aimed at increasing Montevideo´s port capacity; among other projects.

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